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seven creatives discuss vienna, the 'world's most liveable city'

Making Vienna whirl again.
Juule Kay
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this is field day 2019, straight up

We went backstage to shoot the coolest cats at the festival.
Frankie Dunn

meet paris's new generation of skaters

As skateboarding's somewhat controversial debut at the 2020 Olympics approaches, we caught up with some of the kids rolling on the streets of the French capital.
Antoine Mbemba
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this is primavera sound 2019, straight up

We headed to Parc del Fòrum to meet the music fans turning the festival into an international dream land.
Raquel Zas
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photographing new york's queer creative community

Rafael Martinez spoke to 13 of the city's most inspiring young artists.
Rafael Martínez

form festival is the desert's best kept secret

See Yolanda Leaney’s photo diary of the inspiring, immersive festival in Arcosanti, Arizona.
Nicole DeMarco
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brussels 2019, straight up

Artists, students, rappers, DJs... i-D meets the people making up Brussels' creative scene.
Marion Raynaud Lacroix
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young parisians reflect on the notre-dame fire

"400 million in donations to rebuild it — where’s it coming from?! Are they printing new money? There are people starving — fuck, give them the money!"
Matthieu Foucher

taipei's hip-hop scene emerges from the underground

See photos of the young rappers, DJs, and artists, who make up the stylish community in Taiwan.
Amira Rasool

meet new york's street cast model agency

See Ricky Michiel's diverse crew wearing Gauntlett Cheng.
Nicole DeMarco

no planet, no school: we spoke to the students behind the school strike

On 15 February, thousands of school students around the UK went on strike for the climate, and demanded to be heard. Here are their voices.
Clementine de Pressigny
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nigerian youth on the change they want to see

Nigeria is about to vote in a new president, and the outcome will have a vast impact on the country's youth, who make up over half of the population. 17-year-old photographer Isabel Okoro captured her peers and asked them what they want for the country.
Isabel Okoro